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Vendors at the May Edible Plant Sale

Don't forget to visit the Vendor Area at the sale!

Don't forget to visit the vendors at the May Edible Plant Sale!

Here's the list of vendors participating in our May Edible Plant Sale and what they'll have on hand:

  • Patty Pan Cooperative: Tamales, grilled vegetables, quesadillas 
  • Standard Bakery: Cookies, croissants, muffins, danish, handpies, and coffee
  • Burnt Ridge Nursery: Fruit & nut trees, fruiting bushes & plants, Northwest native plants
  • Cascadia Edible Landscapes: edible landscaping
  • Calendula Farm: Fruiting trees & shrubs, medicinal herbs, pollinator attractors, edible native plants
  • Sweet Momma Brown: Gourmet BBQ marinade samples & sales
  • Avenue South: Natural culinary and body products
  • Second Use Building Materials: Burlap, window sashes, tools, small architectural items
  • Puget Sound Beekeepers Association: Program information & education, honey samples & sales, observation honey bee hive display – come watch the bees!
  • Stone Soup Gardens: The Joy of Chickens interactive farm educational experience – come visit the chickens!
  • Farms for Life: Program information & education, magnets & stickers, coloring pages for kids
  • Sweet Alchemy: small-batch artisanal ice cream and baked goods, plus a variety of flavored lemonades
  • Alleyoop — Al Hirsch: Al Hirsch of Alleyoop plays guitar, ukelele, Appalachian Dulcimer, whistles and brings along puppet pals like Billy Bear the Silly Bear and Limber Jack.
  • Deschampsia: Apothecary based in Seattle, WA, that specializes in natural skin care, bath and self-care products from wildcrafted and organic botanicals.
  • Grotopo: A social and utility web app for gardeners to track and share their gardens.
  • Seattle Cucina Cooking School:  Leads creative, hands-on classes with the goal of improving students’ nutrition, how they relate to their families and community, and how they participate in sustainable food systems.
  • Enjoymeant: A marketplace for ethically sourced, eco-friendly products. We want to influence and help people understand the impact of their choices on the environment. We work with under-privileged communities, ensuring fair wages and incentives.
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